Archive for October 28th, 2017

The World Trade Organization ruled in favor of the United States and against Mexico in a case involving how tuna is fished in Mexico.

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Home ownership remains elusive for many Americans a decade after the collapse of the real estate market sent the US economy into a tailspin.

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Consumers can now check healthcare.gov to preview Obamacare premiums for 2018. That's just one of many changes the Trump administration has announced for this year's open enrollment period, which starts next week.

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Cactus gifts, renaming cities and an Amazon-themed public holiday are among the bids for HQ2.

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<p>Money is more flexible and low-overhead than goods are, easier for organizations to handle, and more valuable to afflicted individuals. Money lets aid groups and families buy what they need, when they need it, with as little hassle as possible. It also lets them address the needs that they see as most urgent.</p>

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<p>Ride-hail services like Uber and Lyft have saturated the market, and an exodus of drivers from cabs has made medallion values drop – leaving many owing money.</p>

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After $70,000 in payments, one teacher found that he wasn’t in the public service loan forgiveness program after all. Now, he has to start over.

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Rising US household net worth and lower debt levels relative to income mask sharp underlying inequalities "Balance sheets have become more fragile for the lower part of the income distribution," Deutsche Bank says.

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Our culture emphasizes education as the path to satisfying and lucrative careers.

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Best Buy is selling the iPhone X for $100 more than other retailers

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